I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy in the Philosophy Department at California State University, San Bernardino. I research and write in the areas of 19th-century European philosophy (especially Friedrich Nietzsche), ethics (especially moral psychology), environmental philosophy, and social and political philosophy. I have specific research interests in self-knowledge, the transformative potential of affectivity, and the socio-cultural mediation of affects. For more on these interests, see this short member interview for the APA blog.
My work on Nietzsche focuses on his moral psychology and the problem of nihilism (especially affective nihilism) in his thought. My monograph on affective nihilism in Nietzsche, The Problem of Affective Nihilism in Nietzsche, is now out with Palgrave Macmillan. The blog of the LA Review of Books recently interviewed me about this project.
You can find a selection of my research here.